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Dallas M. Madole

April 10, 1956 — October 8, 2023

Pryor

Dallas Madole, 67, of Pryor, passed away peacefully in his home on October 8, 2023.  Dallas was born in Pryor, Oklahoma on April 10, 1956, to William and Josephine Madole.  The youngest boy to three older sisters,  Dallas could do no wrong and was his mom’s favorite child.  Dallas was an All-State basketball player in 1974 and held the Pryor High School scoring record for over two decades when he proudly witnessed his son Matthew break his record.  Dallas liked to remind his son that this was before the implementation of the three-point shot!  He was a vital part in organizing and starting the Pryor High School tennis team.  Dallas married the love of his life Sheri in 1975, and they moved to Stillwater,  Oklahoma where he played basketball and graduated with a degree in Business. A lifelong OSU Cowboy,  Dallas had a passion for coaching little league baseball and basketball, refereeing, and officiating games for his sons, grandsons, and many other kids in the community.  He was a recreational tennis player and could often be found at Whitaker Park playing tennis while his kids cheered him on.  Dallas could make the best French toast in town but looked to his granddaughter when completing his March Madness brackets annually.   Dallas was a proud member of the Chickasaw and Cherokee Indian tribes. His heritage was important to him, as he even coined himself "Nine Toes" as his honorary tribal name.  Dallas was a lifelong member of the Pryor Church of Christ, and many witnessed his faith in the last several months when he was strong enough to attend services.

All who knew Dallas knew he was a man of strong conviction in the Lord, and although matter-of-fact at times, he also had a heart for others and a good sense of humor. He loved getting calls from his kids and grandkids, telling him of their latest life adventures. Dallas was loyal and not a man to mix words. His kids will tell you that he had the best advice and was their first call for guidance in making hard decisions.  Dallas knew most every Bible verse by heart, and as his body grew weak, his faith remained strong.  When his time came, Dallas carried himself with strength and a heart full of peace. 

Dallas will forever be missed  by his wife Sheri; son Matthew (Traci) Madole, daughters Sarah (Christopher) Dean and Kristen (Matthew) Hibbard-Scott, and son Jordan (Haley) Madole. He will be remembered as Papa by his 13 grandchildren Dylan, Zander, Bryson, Isaac, Drake, Jada, Bethany, Titus, Christian, Reid, Quinn, McKenna, and Dallas Jay. He will be cherished by his sisters, Billie Jo (Mike) Humphrey and Rita (Chuck) Sevcik, and brother-in-law Lonnie Smith, brother-in-law Jeffrey (Carol) Stafford, and sister-in-law Deana McCloud. Dallas will remain in the heart of his father-in-law and mentor Charles Stafford and will be remembered as Uncle Dallas by a host of nieces and nephews.  Dallas is also survived by his most loyal friend, Buddy the dog. 

Dallas will be greeted in heaven by his mother Josephine Madole, father William Madole, sister Tressa Smith, and honorary son Doug Wilson. 

 
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